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Your laptop probably had the OS relaoded and now it doesn't have the device driver needed to recognize your wlan card.
The site http://www.uktsupport.co.uk/advent/laptop/7047.htm has good information on your laptop and which includes the following information on obtaining drivers and enabling the wland. Good Luck
Made by Medion WID2000 (MD40673) - Download Drivers + User Manual
* To find the correct drivers on the Medion website search using the MD number printed underneath your laptop.
** Use wireless button to enable/disable wireless network (5th button to the right of power button)
Posted on May 29, 2008
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